LMC 2018 Christmas card

The latest issue of Built Environment News is out today, featuring festive content specially selected by our editorial team.

The Christmas edition of Built Environment News casts an eye back over the past 12 months and picks out some of the biggest stories of 2018.

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Read the Christmas card

Download the digital version of Built Environment News, our 2018 Christmas card.

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We look at the evil side of sustainable building design, with an in-depth review of the new European headquarters for James Bond villain Ernst Blofeld.

We also report on Amazon’s venture into the modular housing market; the archaeological mysteries unearthed by HS2; the tunnel project getting women back into work; and five major industry innovations that will change construction.

Plus, we reveal British builders’ top beauty secrets, new proptech concepts gaining traction, and much more from across property, construction and the built environment.

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Some of the stories in the Christmas card are based on entirely real, factual news. Other stories are completely made up.

Think you can spot fake news a mile off? Read our Christmas card here, then take the Real News, Fake News quiz here. If you enter your details at the bottom of the quiz page, we’ll donate to the Construction Youth Trust on your behalf.

Happy reading and Merry Christmas from everyone at LMC.

PS. As always, huge thanks to our design partner in crime Mike Spike of Planet Cow, who worked tirelessly to bring this year’s Christmas card to life. And also a big thank you to Murray’s The Printers who pulled out all the stops to print hundreds of cards for us very quickly.


About the Author: Rob Willoughby

Rob is LMC's content manager. With a background in content marketing and content strategy (and a love of architectural photography to boot), he works with the LMC team to create high-impact online and offline content.

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